Ford F-150 Parts and Accessories
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The Ford F-150 full-size truck came out back in 1974, but if you're driving one these days, there's a better-than-average chance it's from the 1984 model year or later. Early on, trims ranged included base, XL, XLT, XLT Lariat, and Custom, and six-cylinder and V8 engines were available. The latter ran on regular gas, diesel, or liquid propane (LPG), depending on trim.
By 2007, trims had come to include FX2, FX4, Harley-Davidson Edition, King Ranch, and STX, and cab configurations included regular, Super, and SuperCrew. You could get a V8 Flex Fuel engine, too, not to mention a five-speed manual transmission, and features ranged from four-wheel anti-lock disc brakes to power adjustable pedals. All-wheel and four-wheel drivetrains (AWD and 4WD, respectively) were also offered.
Skip ahead to 2020, and the light-duty pickup would come in Raptor, SSV, Limited, Platinum, and Police Responder trims, too, among others. A turbodiesel V6 engine would be available, as would be six- and 10-speed auto transmission options and a two-wheel drivetrain (2WD). Features would include air conditioning, power running boards, and a selection of steel, aluminum, and alloy wheels, while packages would include FX4 and 501A Equipment Group.
For 2022, the following engines would be available: a twin-turbocharged 3.3-liter V6, a 2.7-liter V6, a 5.0-liter V8, a 3.5-liter, twin-turbo V6, and a hybrid variant of the last; rear-wheel drive would come standard and four-wheel drive would be optional. Features span the gamut from a SYNC 4 infotainment system and a Ford Co-Pilot360 safety tech suite to thins like chrome bumpers and grille, fog lights, premium audio, and more -- even a dual-pane moonroof. The Tremor trim, for instance, would include an off-road suspension, Trail Control, and a locking rear differential, among other features, while the Raptor trim, for another example, would feature perks like FOX off-road shocks and a Terrain Management System. A BlueCruise system for Ford-mapped roads would even be available; it allows for hands-free highway driving.
Shopping for Ford F-150 parts and accessories? Our auto parts store has what you need. Here at Sam Pack's Five Star Ford, we not only offer them at a cost that's affordable for the do-it-yourselfer and service tech alike. We also sell only what's genuine -- auto parts that are designed by Ford, that come straight from the factory, and that are guaranteed to fit your pickup truck. That covers everything from brakes and wheels to engine parts and towing accessories.
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Wondering about our shipping, returns, and cancellations policies? For one, in-stock orders can ship from our Ford parts warehouse fast -- in as few as 24 hours. If something isn't in stock and needs to be ordered from Ford directly, it can ship to you in 2-3 business days minimum (up to 5 or 6 days sometimes, but not often). Overnight shipping is offered, but if you live in the Carrollton area, greater Dallas/Fort Worth, or nearby, and want to make the trip, local pickup is available as well. To return something, or to cancel an order before it ships, whether from Ford or from us, just get in touch; we'll get the process started.
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